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brutale pissing...help

hi guys, im new to mv...i just got my 2006/2007 brutal 910...the bike is almost like new...only running 2500km...i had the same leaking when stoping at traffic...but the weird thing was my temp was not that hi, although i can feel the heat.... max was 98 degree....but it start leaking on 92-94 degree....and sometimes there was no leaking when the water level is at minimum...but when i add up a bit more, it happen again...please advice....btw i really enjoy riding this beast....
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The Max and min lines on the header tank are a bit deceiving, use the minimum line as a Max fill mark. Bit odd I know but that works.

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The Max and min lines on the header tank are a bit deceiving, use the minimum line as a Max fill mark. Bit odd I know but that works.

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I didn't see the max line....I only see the min line lol
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The cooling system will push out what it doesn't want. Don't add any coolant as long as it isn't below the minimum mark.

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leave it where it stops leaking,I gather from the overflow pipe.if it is on min it will be fine,hey guys is this temp hi for a 910,mine goes nowhere near that.
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So u think 98deg is high already??....or over 100?
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My 750s regularly gets up to and occasionally over 100c and always has with no problems ,the coolant level will find it`s own "happy place"as long as there is coolant in the res, leave it alone. Where abouts are you ,warm climate? Ride it and Love it.
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and sometimes there was no leaking when the water level is at minimum...but when i add up a bit more, it happen again..
Don't add any more and it'll stop overflowing - it's not leaking. There might be some air in the system so check the level when cold and if below the min mark top up to that mark not over it.
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Ok guys thx a lot for the info......this morning i went to flush the rads....combain coolant and water....sofar 93-94 degree no overflowing coolant....now im still in the office...well see when i arrive at home. ..btw I'm indonesian...stay in jakarta....its a humid and traffic country...

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